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... 1965 that the site was finally recognised as a meteor crater, with many in the scientific community dismissing that possibility. I spent a significant portion of the early afternoon just drinking in the spectacle. Rejoining Route 66, the road diverges from the interstate at Winona. If Bobby Troup had written his Get your kicks song today he wouldn't have put the line Don't forget Winona. There is not much of Winona left now. The road ...
... people on the trip taking so much time. We are on our way to the Grand Canyon now, via Route 66. I've was able to drive that part of the trip to a town called Williams. It now sounds like we are going to be missing Monument Valley as one of the guys is worried about not making it in time, and not sure about the long drive and doesn't seem to think We could do the long drive with the little sleep. I beg to differ seeing there are three ...
... every last bit of scenery. Enjoying a cactus cocktail and a bite to eat before jumping on the shuttle back to Williams.
That night was spend trying to rest and booking our train back to Canada. With Michelle enduring another night of not a lot of sleep the morning meant we were heading to the doctors to sort her throat out as it was beyond bearable. We got to the clinic early and with one guy in front of us it still took an hour and a half ...
... a squirrel came and sat right beside us hoping for some food. Everyone around was snapping pictures as it sat on Arthur's lap. We were then treated to an amazing lightening and thunderstorm across the canyon. We drove off to find different viewpoints but the rain defeated us. Thank goodness we had our flight in the morning as all afternoon flights were ...
... one part was cordoned off. Hopefully see it in the morning but in my view Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point far better both the actual canyons (red with no trees) and the trails and lookouts and the reduced number of people. Tomorrow will begin the journey back to northern california. Should take two ...
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